How to tell when you've ticked off an Engineer

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  1. wasted wages

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    That's awesome.:haha:
     
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    Lmao!!!!!!!
     
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    I take it that he has some stellar customer service from verizon!

    :haha: :haha: :haha:
     
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    Funny! How much does that translate into?
     
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    I forget how to integrate 2^(-n) :(
     
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    Can you read me know?????????????
     
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    I don't even know how much that translates into.... I sure would like to write up a check like that at the local courthouse (I gotta pay some fines)
     
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    You aint doing that without a calculator, e squared has a specific value, I can't remember what it is, I'll run it past my math instructor, I bet he can figure it out.:eek1:
     
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    If you take the time, which I did in another board, it ends up being .002




    when you get into it you get .002 + -1 + 1
     
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    This was going around on an engineering board I frequent, they translated it to 1/5 of a cent.

    Pretty dang clever...
     
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    what a ****in idiot.


    i wonder who will be the first to dupe him outta alot of cash.


    NEVER POST A SIGNATURE ON A CHEQUE ONLINE!!! mmmmmk
     
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    The more i look around, the more i see the SAME thing with other companys... .02 cents rather than 2 cents or .02 dollars... Id like to fock some people outta some money:crazy:
     
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    I really can't tell, but it looks like natural log base e (where e=2.7182....) to the "i" times pi power? I don't think you can solve without knowing what "i" is. Then you have the sum of all numbers of 1/(2^n) where n starts with 1 and goes to infinity. I believe that is 1. I think it's just gibberish really.
     
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    What engineering board? Just looking for more places to visit...
     
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    If I remember correctly, "i" is the square root of -1
     
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    It's private/internal to my company... Sorry! :(
     

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